With a 16-year educational tenure under his belt, Kris Hogan has spent the last nine years working at Grapevine Faith High School in Grapevine, Texas. In addition to sitting on its administrative team, Hogan also pulls double duty as Faith’s head football coach. Hogan has coached teams to eight state championships and has been voted Coach of the Year six times at the district or regional level. Since his arrival at Faith in 2002, the Lions have captured 10 state championships in multiple sports. Founder of the See Right mentoring program for men, Hogan frequently speaks at churches across the country, and is a performance consultant to a variety of businesses and corporations. (Clients include: Allstate, StaffCare, Farmers and Merchants, Growing Leaders, and Positive Coaching Alliance) Hogan has taught adult Bible study and Sunday school for 10 years and has recently become the director of Winning Legacy Ranch Ministries. He and Amy, his wife of 15 years, are parents to three children: Jerilyn 13, Deuce 10, and Zeke 6.
Coach Hogan was invited to attend the Super Bowl in 2009 as the guest of Commissioner, Roger Godell. He also received the Sportsman of the Year Award, presented by AT&T.Mack White Mark Williams